The Ethnic Affair
Welcome back. Since I received such a wonderful response from you, here I am with my second post.
We all know this is the wedding season. Open your Facebook page and there is the proof. It is a catalog of wedding catalogs. The rate at which my friends are getting married is faster than the rate at which Tatkal tickets get sold out.
Well, I personally love weddings. The decoration, celebrations and the festive vibes. Friends and families that we meet, after ages. The dance and the masti. The food and the rituals. It just fills me up with joy.
Apart from all of these, the thing that I love the most is getting dressed up and decked up. In weddings we get to wear those colorful ethnic outfits and beautiful jewelry, which otherwise sit neglected in the depths of our wardrobe for ages. So, when such occasions come, I think we should not let a single stone upturned. Don’t you agree?
So, here is a wedding fashion post.
Full of colors, as promised.
And some black and white too. 😛
The trick is to choose the right colors. We know the occasion requires us to be colorful and bright. But, we should not get carried away.
Red and green is one of the perfect combinations, which you can never go wrong with.
With a little touch gold/silver to that and you are good to go. Stressing on little, because we do not want to outshine the lighting, do we?
After having chosen the perfect colors, get a well tailored choli. If you have those abs, show them off too. 😉
And that sexy back is a must.
Now comes the jewelry. You can never go wrong with Kundan. But, if you have matching jewelry, go for it.
Have at least one big statement piece. It could be big necklace or danglers or multiple bangles. Here, the one making a statement is the necklace.
The rest are adding to the look and enhancing it.
The maang ka tika, though optional adds to ethnicity and grandeur of the look.
My look completed with single pieces of matching bangles. Choose your jewelry wisely. You need not shy away from them. Just balance them right.
For makeup, go colorful. This is an Indian wedding we are talking about. So shun those nudes and pick up your pinks, reds and golds. Enhance those eyes. Let them shine brighter than your attire.
Don’t forget pinup that dupatta. Coz Girl, you got to dance in that Baraat. And yes, make sure your heels are comfortable. Yes heels. 😛
Now that you are all ready put on that smile and bedazzle them.
And blush a little 😉
Details of the outfit:
Lehenga – Natraj Market, Malad station, Mumbai.
Kundan set – Natraj Market, Malad station, Mumbai.
Bangles – Laxmi Road, Pune
Picture Credits: Raviteja Cherughattu ( https://www.instagram.com/tejafry/ )
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